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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TflMBPA'V, NOVEMBER 4, IMS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Clilefcgo. HI, Nov. Ittlo complied hele that nere attributed ill- rectly to baseball In 1915. .The report shown that 38 o! (he fatalities were caused by the head with ball direct from the' hands at tho pitcher, nix players were killed lu tlshts durl-ig or after 1C- gamei; six "died of over-exer- tlon, and three from cotUslons. Injuries Bhoweil a flight tie- crease from the preceding >car, 7 percent ot tho players in organized having. been Injured during the sea- son, H. H. Dobflon will represent Leth- brldge arid, district at tho mooting of the Alberta branch pf the Amateur Athletic Union at Calgaryi Saturday, convened for the purpose" of making A- presentation to- the Rev. Robert Pearson, as a mark of appreciation for services rendered as president of the Alberta branch of the A.A.TJ. Mr. Pearson has enlisted. r An appreciation fund .has been op- ened to 'the. athletes of the province, with a accent limit, along with a "round bearing the names of .those' who ''appreciate the work that the Rev. "Bob" has accomplished in tho interests of amateur sport in At- berta.': The- "round robin" for Leth- biidge' signatures has been posted at H. Dobsori, .local' representative of Che Alberta branch The 'Rev. Robert. Pearson, lias. been the biggest man In amateur athletics in Alberta for a number ol years, though the people.-in the south are not generally aware of the fact. Mr. Pear- eon is: well known in the north, be- .twceii Ca'igary and Edmonton. Down liere.we only know him by his reputa- tion. ilf he 'has ever interested him- Eelf in tlie south we an. not aware of However, Mr. 'Pearson's reputa tloh .has reached "us, and we believe he is as big as his reputation, and the THE HERALD'S SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST Offers rich reward to YOU for all of your time or Only Spare Time. Plenty of room for more candidates Nomination Blank Good for SOOO Votes Campaign Manijger for Lethbridge Herald, 1915 Box 337, Lethbridge, Alta. Pleaue accept the nomination of (Naino) us candidate in The Herald's Subscription-Campaign, (Address) Nominated Only onf nomination will Count for 3 Candidate SPECIAL CONTEST OFFICE IS LOCATED AT 321 SIXTH ST. SOUTH, NEXT .to THE HERALD: PHONE less. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO CAMPAIGN MANAGER, P. O. BOX 337, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. athletes of 'Lethbridge will sign tin "ro.und; robin" vlfch enthusiasm. THE GREAT ITALIAN DRIVER SET NEW AMERICAN AUTO RECORD New York, Nov.. Resta won the 100 mile automobile race lor 'the Harkncss gold challenge and iii casli at the Sheepshcad Bay speedwaj track toilaj His lime lor the distance, established a new American record and an average Lethorldga and district, m knovts very little about the Alberta branch of. the' Athletic Union. The branch: foat-'-.never yet -posted a man as theli representative who an active interest in locahathleticB. Mr R H Dobson, the official re- presentative of the branch here, does not take an active Interest In ath doet not-'.Intend gather Letijbridfje has another represents tive in person of Mr James Thompson, physical directorjof MCA, but-jiff Thompson has in- formed the Herald that he has never been Se reprasents. the branch Here. cap- able man to represent the branch Lethbridge, and Is in a good position to do so 'of miles an hour. The Brookland, world's t record for 100 miles is 56 29 93, fact which it, 2j 78 seconds faster thin BOlli LEAGUE OPENS The Bitterr the Campbell, Wil Horn teams will IB 'ho flret match of the YiMCA. bowling league The ttague opens sched ule tomomnr nUrht There li a probttbility of another team entering the league This will nring the number up to eight The teanu now Bnsl- iiess Men, ysrtiJL Dormltom YMC A Boudlnt Knox, Battery, Campbell, Wilton ft Home, and the Herald. The W being TfiUiheld from (niblicatlon pending tbe entrance ot the eighth team. _ ED. DUNKHORST DEAD Edward 89 year, old, ef SyracuMi, NY, known as "tbe hu Dan freight ctJf on account of his enormous 1> dead He was a former iparrVng partner of Robert Fltulmmou, tor tbe last nine yearr lad BDarrtu eihibltiono imnkaont win ilx reek seven Inches la height and weighed pounds at lie time of AeivUi. that made bj Rcsta today Resta al so beat the. Chicago; record of which he made himself. Boh Burman finished second in 68 and Edward "Rickenbacker was third in started, but, forced .out of .the, race, after .leading the first ten miles, by a broken; .connecting rod.. Ralph Palma's. car met with a similar mishap after going forty miles Ralph Mulford, the other driver, might have been second if not _ tho actual winner had He not been com- pel le'd to go to the pit five times dur- ing the race, because of flat tires, LETHBRIDGE CURUNG CLUB ANNUAL MEETING The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge Curling club will be held at the Board of -Trade, on. Friday evening, at 8 p.m. A large attendance oC members is requested, PETER SCOII FINISHES FIRST AT PANAMA RACE IN STRAIGHT HEATS HAMILTON WANTS PLAY-OFF FOR CHAMPIONSHIP AT HOME Toronto Rowing .Club Wants Home Neutral Sudden .'Death Toronto, .Ont, Nov. S.-r-It appears thererwlll be difficulty between Toronto H. it. .A.A; and the Hamilton R.C., in arranging 'the' play-off game to -decide the .O.R.F.U, senior cham1 pionshlp.. Toronto suggested that home and home games be played, the first in: Toronto on and the second at Hamilton on November 13 This did not meet mth the ap- proval .of the Hamilton club. Then Toronto suggested that a-sudden death game 'be played. on November 6' on neutral grounds. This fused by Hamilton.. to play a sudden death game in Ham llton on November 6 PECH WINS BERLIN DERBY Berlin, NOT. of the Klaus ner Btud won the Berlin trottin't derby of marks REMKOfilSi Abel Kiviat'e friends are attempt- ing to hard the famous athlete- re- seek a netwTtrial for Kiviat, Ktvlat was set down 'by the for alleg- ed professionalism Joe Lallv s he'll get that Mann cup back if be has to walk to West- minster for it And a1? Joe now has a contract making shell boxes for the government, guess he won't have to walk. Jim McCafforty's own Bill Clymer is go to Frisco to represent the minor leagues' meeting If Bill gets on his uniform and his peacock strut he'll probablj strike a job as one of the attiactions at the big fafr Capital Foothill club of Toronto has four teams chasing tlie pigskin, and ISO members chasing or prepar- ing to chase the kaiser And more 01 or. all their teams, including tho 130 bunch, have a fait chance of fin ishmg first m their various leagues Toronto has some reason to be, proud of the Capi. Pat Moran threatens to Quit the Philii s because he didn't get a bonus alonp with his pennant And Fat sure did earn that bonus Anv man who can win a championship one! titcher and a bunch ,of mi slits is, en- titled to all tho emoluments the ball world affords. -San Krancisco, Nov. 3. Peter. Scott driven by his owner, Tommy Yurphj iook first money HO 000 in the trot, the principal event today in the second day o[ the Pan- ama-Pacific exposition tall harness meet. The winner won in straight heats and in the final heat covered the mile in said to be an .ex- position-'record. Today's victory is said to bring his winnings, for 1915 to Chicago, Nor. verdict of 914 obtained bv Arthur Hofman against the Chicago National League Club was confiriried yesterday m the j, "appellate court. 'Hoimaii was the Cubs under contract of Feb. 23, 1911, which'provided Ior a salary of a jear On Ma) 29 1912 he was notified by hart been' transferred to Pittsburg and that the Pittsburg club would be responsible for salarv The eudence showed that ducmg the remainder of the season Hofman from the Pittsburg club and that lie did not enter into any contract ith it reh ing on the tele- gram from tie Chicago club i-HOW WOULD AE AND FAMILY Be Left financially if you now? Would they have to move Into a smaller house? YOU OWE IT "TO THEM TO TAKE OUT A POLICY WITH THE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA "If it's Life It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or see R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South, Once Great Runner Ranching in South By F. C. In 1892 at the World's Fair, Chi- Cago, Charley Kinsey rail In the 75- yard- dash for tho championship of North America, He lost? Yes. Tom Morris, hailing from tho balmy orange groves of the Sacramento Valley, was the winner, but Charley made Jiira know he was running. Every foot-runner doesn't make the continental "championship meets. It is no mean honor to have started "with the bunch when the shot was fired, to have Finished close 011 to the heels of America's champion. But Charley TareS-y talks about it. He is contented...with his lot, which Is cast among, grain fields, hog pastures, and fattening steers on his ranch, near Raymond. As a diversion he breeds race horses, and is known all over Western Canada. Charley. Klusey was raised on his father's dry farm in Pay son, Utah, and was a "bis; green according to his own words, when he ran Ills 'Irst big race. This sprint was with Alf. Querk, at one time rated among America's fastest men, and was pulled off Lake. Tho a reported by the Police Ga ?ette at Boston as being the biggest ever-hung up on a foot race in. the Jnited States. Charley won, and his mckers cleaned up The glittering path to fame stuod open. Charley drifted east, running and beating everything through Col- orado, which, was then Hie sportiest j state in the-west. Then Charley went j farther east, and began to train for' ihe championship races to hn isniii lining-the Chicago Exposition. Drifting west again, after the meet- the Pair, Charley went into the race-horse .Jm'siness, running foot rac- es on the side. Since, coming to Alberta. Charley lia's'niet everything that looked like a [oot-riinner, 'He toured, through the name provinces racing m Winnipeg Jegina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw l.ethbridge, and' other western cities He was riot beaten during.the whole tour. He, met 'his match in 1908, when !a. youth named Forrest, vno had made a brilliant record through ,tlie'Pacific coast cities, met tim in Great Fa'ils, and won by a fair THAT RANKS HIGH! Tlie superior quality workmanslilp, v- ness of designs and moderate prices combine t6 give out jewelry; 3, yerjr high place among gifG buyer's.- 1 i 6lFT BUYERS WHO CHOOSB CRITICALtV ANTJ CAREFULLY' FIND OURS AN IDEAL PLACE TO SHOP; OUR CHRISTMAS OF JEWELRY IS WITtHOUT A ISN'T ANYTHING itf THE LINE OF JEWELRY FOR MEN AND WOMEN THAT WE .HAVE OMITTED FROM OUR CHRISTMAS DISPLAYS. .LET US SHOW. .YOU OUR LIKE TO DO AT IF YOU BUY OB Special pricci on Military Wrist Watches. 'Wo haVe 1 selection ot WalttuUnj Elgin and Swiss Prices from i ARMSTRONG RAWORTfl -Jewelers and Leading Fjfth PHILADELPHIA LIABLE TO LOBE CELEBRATED MANAGER Pat Moran Will Go To Pittsburfl II Phillie Owners Fall to "Come Across" Pa., Nov. Pat Moran gave the Philadelphia Na tional 'league club its first pennant winner in many years, his services were evidently not appreciated at their, full: value'by the club owners. He 'signed at a nominal, salary a year ago'to manage the Phillies, and' fully eipected when he grabbed a pen- nant he nould be rewarded with a handsome bonus especially as his capture of the bunting brought an ad ditional to the stockholder's unless Philadelphia opens negotia tions with him he may start to, dicker jflth Barney Dreyt'uss, who a manager to succeed Fred Clarke. margin. Charley knew his days on he track were" about done, andj his with Forrest was his last big ef- port. There is ho'.man in Southern Al- berta that'is doing morp to raise the standard of snort than is Charley Kin- 'sey." The public .may not know, but this is a He no-R has a string stock, and next year will probaWy see some of the horses- from atables on the West- ern Canada circuit EXHIBITION RUGBY GAME Regina To- Play at Saskatoon Next Saturday Ilegina Sask, 3 rugby team is''going to journey to Saskatoon to' play the city fourteen next Saturday., The Hugo Ross cup- holders and Western Canada cham- pions will be intact with the of Howie.- Ijongworthy and Al Unjuhart. ,As "Saskatoon is not a member of the Union. this fall, the game win have'to be an exhibition af- fair. Rogina club' officials would not care to forsake their loyal supporters, and defend the cup away from home, as such a decision, would have the tendency of .'killing rugby game here. WILLARD TO DEFEND TITLE NEXT MARCH Ntvi Oileani, La, ov Willard, world's 'heayyi- weight champion, arid his man- ager, Tom slid today that he'had arranged with Dom- Inlck Torotorlch and Tommy Burns, local fight promoters to sign a contract for. Willard to defend his title in. a twenty round bout in this city the first week In.March, against, ponent selected by the promoters before December 10 next. Tbrotortch stated WII- lard's opnonent either Frank Slorau, Fred .i'uHon, or LEWIS DEFEATS SAYLOR Boston, JS'ov. Lewis of England got. over Mil- burn- Baylor o[ -Indianapo'iis in their 12-round hout, here ;tonighl. Lewis sent his opponent down for the count or six In the first round. Both light- weights did much in-fighting. Why Tolerate Catarrh? You have doubt.that any cold aggravates nasal catarrh, and the flow of niucous mazes you that such objectionable matter could find lodg ment in your held To ignore this catarrh when the cold subsides is wrong because it continues to slowlv injure the dehcite linings of the nasal passages and clog them up To. correct catarrh, cleanse the nos trils frequently .with a solution of warm wiler and salt, insert vaseline on re tiring, and take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion.aftermeals.for one month, bcott's acts through the blood to feed the tissues, and comims soothing glycerine to check (he ind'hefll.thc sensitive membranes Scott s Is pleasant lo take bcoll Si UOWBC, Torenlo, Out It-SO ARE VERY THRESHING MERS FIGHT BAD FiRE WHICH DESTROYS HGO5E. AND THREATENS CROPS Nov. is pro- gressing well. A shortage of men and teams has been the cause oE much de- lay so far, with some ot tlie rigs. We hear of some enormous yields of ijra i. About .the- best rieltl of wheat ws have heard of was .67 bushels and 11 Ibs. per acre, raised on the farm of T. Creighton, west of town. Oats are yielding heavy here; but there seems to be a small acreage in comparison to the wheat. Many farm- ers will have to buv oats for feed and seed in this locality Mr. Dufty, living several miles north of here, lost his house fay fire last Tuesday. The wind was blowing a perfect gale and the Tire'got away to a neighbor's field and burned sev- eral acres of crop. Only for the her- oic work" done by a lot of men who rushed to the -place at once, the whole north country would have burned out. People should Look well to their liie-guards, as the prairie grass is unusually thick this year anil a fire once started in it, is hart! .to extinguish: Travers is a busy place and grow- ing every "day, more building would be done if .carpenters. could be had. We are to have lour 'general stores soon, The firm of..Galiford and Ram- shaw have started "business in the Airnot building. The Greenman Bro's. are putting in a stock of gents' furnishings, with Carl Greennian as manager. Mrs. Gaul has sold her homestead Mr. Keen, and is leaving for Wash- ington at an early date. Guy Paulson moved his house- Jrom the farm into town, and it. will DC occupied, by the Wilmot family "Mr; Galiford has Ins house finished and brought "His wife over from Car- uiangav last week. Henrv Barnard was kicked, bv a horse and had his leg broken while at Enchant -the -other day. Dr., Wopdcpck is in attendance Mrs. MacPlieison, who has been ailing ior some time, taken to a hospital m Calguy the fiibt ot tho week. Her many friends' hope for a speeuy recovery Mr. Allen is expected home from Medicine Hat, where he has been in the hospital for over two months with a fractured leg. Seed Grain Official on Trial at'Hat RUSSIAN WEDDING ENDS IN SHOOTING AFFRAY Edmonton Alta Rus sian wedding night suddenly came to what may) be a fatal mtiing by a fight and a shooting af ray, us a result of which Nerapo Cnnim lies In the Royal Alexandra i m a serious condition, and Fomenko is Binder arrest on HUB picion ot tho snooting Alex Klem enkc also arrested, and placed in custody In connection with tlie affair The fight took ilaco at 815 last night at re8 Idem 0 ot Philip Abrod at 1137 tlte occa slon being'the wedding of Fred mm r-lnik nud Mary AUtucJuik, and a num bet- of thoM more or the HQUOI. Medicine Alia., Nov.- Srf-Hugli D. Anderson, wlioVas appointed as. an official in the handling .oC'the govern- ment seed grain at Pancras, because he. was, prior to. that time, the gov- erameiit relief agent at that point, em- ployed presumably by H. H. Brown, is-on trial today on a-charge of steal- ing certain quantities, of. seed, which it is charged that he sold to certain farmers contrary to'regulations. The case is proceeding slowly. .J. R. Palmer of Lethbridge is counsel for the defence, and is assisted by Mr. aiorley Bell of Medicine Hat. There are many witnesses" to he called, and the case will likely last today and to- morrow. There are a series of charges, one that he stole 30 'bushels of wheat val- ued at Sio.OO, and 21 bushels of oats valued, at Another of stealing grain to the value of S91.20, and then another series of charges that be sold the different grains, part to a farmer named and part, to a, farmer named In the evidence which came out this morning, it was shown that the ac- cused's father-got grain on a lien; and that it was turned over to the accused.. Jn this connection there is a charge coining UD this afternoon, against the father of the-accused, in which he is charged with not sowing seed grain. This case comes before Inspector Shoebotham, SALTS I R BACKACHY AND Stop Eating Meat for If [a Troubling You you and. dull misery in the kidney region it generally means you have ing too muck meat says a well known authority. "Meat forms uric acldj whtch ovens'orks tho .kidneys-ia ;theii effort to filter it from the blood; and they become sort 'of When your kidneys iget' slug- gish- and clog you must relieve :theni like you relieve your bowels, ing all the bodv's urinous waste else jou toackache sicJc headache, Udells your stoma'ch sours, ton- gue is coated and when the weather is fcad you have rheumatic, twinges; The urine is" cloudy, full. of sediment; channels often get sore, "water scalds and jou aie ooligea to seeK rehei d' or three times during -the iiight; Either consult a good, sician at or get from your phar: macist about four ounces of take a in a glass M writer before tor a fewj days and kidneys will then, act fine Th i s famous salts is made from the acid of graces and lemon 3uice, combined liag been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys; also to neutralize acids- In the urine so dt no longer irritates, thus Bending blad; derL v Jad Salts is a life saver for regolai meat eaters It is inexpensive, can- not injure, and makes at delightful eftarvescent lithia-water drink J. D Higiubotham druggists Advertisement, Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Implements FOUR AND ONE-HALF .MILES SOUTH-EAST OF Coaldale, on S.E. 1-4 of 6-9-lSi FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5th Everything must be sold a> the proprietor is giving up HORSES One Gelding, old, weight-UOO One Mare, Jennie, S years weight 1400. One Gelding. Jim, 8 years 1100. One Gelding, Slim, T years old, weight 1350. One Gelding, Jack, 10 years old, weight 10SO One Mare, 10 years old, weight 1050. HOGS 6 brootl sows 12 store hogs, about 150 ea 20 store bogs, about SOlbs ea store Hogs, about GSlbs ea. CHICKENS About 100. ir> tons of, alfalfa in stack, will bo ton or bulk IMPLEMENTS Gang, plow, Deefing Sulky plow, Deerlng Double Disc Harrow Set ot- Iroii Harrows Drill, Sudey. HcConnick Binder McCormick (QraJn ..Tank Wagon r Lumber Wagon; nearly new Democrat Wagon. Hay Rake Bundle (Rack Sickle. Grinder Deering Horse Power Grinder 2 brake bottoms for sulky 4 sets Gang Points, nearly new Cream Separator c 6 sets Double Harness Forks, Shovels and other arti- cles TERMS' AND, balance three (3) Months credit on furniihlng approved joint notes with on alt eftdlt, amounts, or 10% off for caih on aft credit amounts. J.A. SMITH, Auctioneer. 0, H. POWERS, ;